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2015 | 67 | 67-76
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The perspective of physical space in a study of hoards from the late Bronze Age and the early Iron Age

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Hoards make one of the most mysterious categories of archaeological finds known from the Bronze Age and the early Iron Age. Doubts about their function should encourage researchers to use as wide information range as possible to understand the phenomenon. However, there are still few studies concerning their relationships with the settlement network or cultural landscape. The paper focuses on regularities in the location of deposits of bronze or iron artefacts, drawing on the results of research into metal deposits from the late (Lusatian) Bronze Age and the early Iron Age in the South Baltic Coastland and Lake Districts
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67
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67-76
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